The project could take several years to build, with developers saying they believe timing would coincide with area road improvements — including the widening of Spout Springs Road — as well as Flowery Branch’s sewer expansion.
According to a notice from Flowery Branch officials, it will be "a chance for interested parties to meet representatives of Woodfield to discuss the proposed project," which is slated for construction at 4496 Hog Mountain Road.
Partners with Woodfield Development in Peachtree Corners had asked Council to approve a request to rezone the property from Agricultural to High Density Residential and Highway Business.
Being recent additions to Flowery Branch themselves, Doris and Gary McClung said at a public meeting they don’t take issue with new people coming in.
Once the old buildings are gone, Andrew said The Residential Group could begin construction on the proposed new building as soon as September.
If approved, Flowery Branch City Finance Director Alisha Gamble told the city council Thursday that the city could receive just under $6.8 million over a six year period.
The city of Flowery Branch has reached a formal agreement with a developer for the construction of two major projects in and near the city's downtown area.
A West Hall church got the OK from the Flowery Branch City Council on Thursday, July 18 to relocate to a Flowery Branch property, over the recommendation of some city officials who wanted to preserve the property for commercial uses.
A church looking to relocate to a new facility on McEver Road received first reading approval for its rezoning request from the Flowery Branch City Council Thursday.
A West Hall church may find out Thursday night whether it can relocate to Flowery Branch property that officials have regarded as more suitable for commercial uses.